Apple is set to introduce its first-ever product with a mini-LED display by the end of this month, a new report has revealed.
It is believed the new device will be a 12.9” iPad Pro and GIS, the display maker, is planning on expanding its capacity to meet the demand for the panels.
A new report by DigiTimes has revealed that Apple will be launching a mini-LED iPad Pro latest by March 2021. And, this report consolidates the rumors around the March 23 Apple event. Now, if that happens, we are set to witness Apple’s first Mini-Led device in no more than a couple of weeks.
“Touch panel maker General Interface Solution (GIS) plans to invest an additional NT$3.404 billion to expand its backend module capacity for IT products at its factory site in Chengdu, China, according to industry sources.”
There have been rumors about this type of device for a few months now, and it is expected that Apple will bring more such devices with Mini-LED displays in the coming months. This will also include a couple of new MacBook Pro models. With the introduction of these new Mini-LEDs, Apple will be able to flood the market with devices that offer better colors and contrast and will also manage to significantly reduce power requirements for such devices.
The upcoming iPad Pro models will also expectedly use Apple’s new A14X CPUs and will offer 5G support to the cellular users as well.